The Packers off-season program resumes this week with the start of the Organized Team Acitivities. NFL rules allow coaching staffs to work on the field for up to a dozen practices over the next three weeks. Team meetings are also scheduled to go over the basic installation of the Pack's offensive, defensive and special teams systems. Head coach Mike McCarthy is expecting another strong turnout for the voluntary workout sessions. The 2010 draft class, rookie free agents and returning veterans will spend most if not all of the OTA time in Green Bay. Three veteran players may not be coming however. Atari Bigby, Tramon Williams and Johnny Jolly have yet to sign their restricted free agent tender offer sheets from the Packers. Each is looking for a long term deal instead. Only Williams appears to have strong bargaining power. Considering Al Harris is coming off major knee surgery and Charles Woodson will reach his 34th birthday later this year, Williams has proven his value by handling the primary nickel job and being a part time starter over the past two years. Bigby is expected to be challenged for his starting job by third round pick Morgan Burnett of Georgia Tech. The Packers drafted two defensive ends, Michael Neal of Purdue and C.J. Wilson of East Carolina, possibly as insurance in light of Jolly's upcoming trial in Houston, Texas on codeine posession charges. Even if Jolly is aquitted, he may face league sanctions for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy. Fans will be able to get a glimps of the Pack as practices on the next couple of Wednesday's will be open to the public. You can hear comments from McCarthy on the arrival of the OTA's below.